At the beginning of September, there appeared a number of tokens marked with a type of food: Pizza Finance, Tendies, Springroll Finance and multiple projects based upon almost any food existing.
It's clear that the market got flooded instantly. This caused a decline in the price of these tokens as many realized they were blatant copycats of more reputable projects like Yam Finance and SushiSwap.
Anyway, surprisingly enough, some food coins started to raise hundreds of per cent off their lows. Let's look into details and find the reasons. Food-themed Ethereum tokens scored huge amounts.
As shows CoinGecko, 3 of 6 leading crypto assets are food tokens. Salmon (SLM) reached 3.700% in 24 hours while Rotten and Juice have each gained hundreds of per cent apiece.